IPZ Conservancy

This world-famous ‘intensive protection zone’ conservancy is situated in the South-East of Zimbabwe and is a hunter’s paradise.

A genuine Big 5 haven(Rhino cannot be hunted) this conservancy is one of the last strongholds of the critically endangered Black Rhino, who survive due to safari dollars going back into their protection. Our section of the conservancy consists of 23 000 acres, with no internal fences and a large variety of game.

The countryside is largely made up of Mopani woodland with scattered granite kopje’s. The area is well managed and has first-class facilities, making it suitable for the serious hunter as well as family groups that would like to mix hunting with sightseeing and relaxing. For non-hunters there are wonderful viewing trips, horse riding safaris, viewing of rock paintings and excellent fishing within the concession including Large-mouth Bass.

This area is renowned for its big leopard and it also offers a great hunting experience for Cape buffalo and plainsgame.

There are a variety of animals available for hunting, which includes buffalo, leopard, kudu, waterbuck, eland, zebra, wildebeest, impala, klipspringer, duiker, bushbuck, warthog, bushpig, giraffe, sable and hyena. Also resident but not for hunting are elephant, lion, Black rhino and resident packs of wild dogs.

Please note that leopard hunting in this area is strictly blind hunting and mostly done at night.

The camp consists of 5 chalets with en-suite bathrooms, a dining room and separate lounge / bar area that overlooks the pool.

The camp does have electricity and all rooms have fans. Electricity is 220V so be sure to have the correct adaptors.

Laundry is done every day in this camp.

This is a malaria FREE area.

If your hunt is in this area, port of entry can be either Harare or Bulawayo but Bulawayo is preferred.